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Missing Issues of Morsum Magnificat Now Available for Free Download:

from The ARRL Letter on May 18, 2017
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Missing Issues of Morsum Magnificat Now Available for Free Download:

All copies of the English-language version of Morsum Magnificat, the Morse Magazine, are now available for free download from the website of Lynn Burlingame, N7CFO. This includes the 89 issues published from 1986 to 2004. Mike Feher, N4FS, was able to provide the missing editions, which Randy Cole, KN6W, scanned for viewing. The 89 issues of Morsum Magnificat contain more than 4,000 printed pages, covering all aspects of Morse telegraphy.

The newly available downloads also include "The Story of the Key: The Best of MM-1," by Louise Ramsey Moreau, W3WRE, which includes a list of American telegraph instrument makers from 1837 to 1900, compiled by Roger Reinke. In addition, there's "Key WT 8 Amp Worldwide Survey: The Best of MM-2," by Tony Smith G4FAI, an updated and revised version of the 54-page booklet that provides information about the famous military Morse key, of which more than 100 versions were manufactured in six countries.

Also available: The MM Q & Z Codebook, (English), compiled by Rinus Hellemons, PA0BFN, and Dick Kraayveld, PA3ALM, publishers of the original Dutch version of Morsum Magnificat. The codebook lists all Q & Z codes in their original applications, including a copy of the original single-page Q-code guide of 1912.

All copies of Morsum Magnificat or associated publications downloaded from the N7CFO website are for personal use only and may not be downloaded or distributed for any commercial purpose. -- Thanks to Southgate Amateur Radio News via Tony Smith, G4FAI, co-founder of the English edition of Morsum Magnificat


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